Find over 500 pumpkin recipes for everything from pumpkin cake and pie to roast pumpkin and pumpkin soup. Pumpkin is delicious, healthy and versatile, and we have heaps of sweet and savoury recipes to enjoy.
Sweetened pumpkin and pecans are sandwiched between buttery shortbread. Cut into squares and serve them with a cup of tea or coffee. They will also be welcomed as an autumn treat in lunch boxes.
If you love pumpkin pie and cheesecake, you will love this recipe. A shortcrust pastry case is layered with a cheesecake filling, then topped with a spiced pumpkin filling and pecan streusel. Enjoy this decadent dessert with whipped cream, if desired.
This is a super-tasty pumpkin soup. The added apples brings a certain sweetness to the soup and has a great affinity with the pumpkin and curry. Serve with a dollop of soured cream or plain yoghurt.
This chicken tagine with potatoes, pumpkin and chickpeas is very hearty and very tasty. I often prepare it during the winter when it is cold outside. Everyone in the family loves it! Serve with couscous.
A deliciously moist pumpkin loaf, which is studded with chopped walnuts. If you don't like walnuts, feel free to add raisins or chocolate chips instead. Serve thickly sliced for breakfast, brunch, dessert, afternoon tea, elevenses or pop into packed lunches.
This is a fantastic way of using up leftover seeds from Halloween pumpkins. This recipe also works well with winter squash seeds, such as butternut or acorn.
Delicious recipe to try this Halloween, which is a cinch to make using canned vegetable soup and pinto beans.
The perfect treat during the winter season. Pumpkin puree is mixed with flour, spices, butter, cranberry sauce, egg and mashed banana to create this deliciously moist bread. Serve thickly sliced for afternoon tea, a snack or dessert.
This pumpkin bread is moist, delicious and takes only 15 minutes prep time! Enjoy with a cup of tea or coffee, dessert, elevenses or for general snacking. It's also freezer friendly and would make a wonderful food gift.
Little roasted pumpkins or onion squash, filled with a simple apple sauce and cinnamon mixture, make a delicious and eye-catching side for an autumn dinner party.